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Dodge Students Contribute to Upcoming Streaming Platform, Quibi

July 12, 2019 by | Uncategorized

You’ve probably heard of Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s latest venture, Quibi, by now. Quibi (a portmanteau of “quick bites”), set to launch in April 2020, will house serialized scripted and unscripted content as well as news and sports. “It will release fresh excerpts of content daily, to be watched during pockets of free time

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This Might Hurt Alumni documentary addresses the hidden realities of chronic pain

July 1, 2019 by Dodge College Staff | Alumni

Many powerful documentaries are born out of personal pain—a traumatic or tragic experience the filmmaker feels compelled to explore and share. For Kent Bassett (MFA/FP ’08) that pain was literal, and the result was a film aimed at helping sufferers of chronic pain explore a new avenue of relief, based on understanding that not all

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Film Festival Corner Update 6/21/19

June 21, 2019 by | Festival Report

Paul Rivet (MFA/FP ’19) – SNOWBALL San Francisco Black Film Festival. Brian Robau (MFA/FP ’17) – ESTA ES TU CUBA Best Student Film at the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the American Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival. Finalist for the 2019 Student BAFTA Awards. LA Shorts International Film Festival. Nikhail Asnani (MFA/S ’19) – THE

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Dodge Students Present at Prestigious National Research Conferences

June 7, 2019 by | Film Studies

Over the years, Dodge student films have received wide recognition–screening at hundreds of film festivals internationally and winning awards ranging from the Student Academy Awards to the College Television Awards. Dodge students not only excel in film production, however, they have proven success on the academic side of film as well. Dodge Students Present at

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Film Festival Corner Update 5/17/19

May 17, 2019 by | Festival Report

Alex Greenlee (BFA/FP ’20) – DEAD WALL Russian International Horror Film Festival – Semi-Finalists for Best Horror Short. They were the only US film to win an award. Amanda Renee Knox (MFA/FP ‘17) – NIGHT CALL Will air again on PBS nationally as part of Film School Shorts out of San Francisco. They will be

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Why are “Birth of a Nation” Posters on Display at Marion Knott Studios?

April 18, 2019 by Dodge College Administration | News

From the editor: Dodge College acknowledges the experience of our students. We add the following to the continued discussion of the Birth of a Nation posters presently on display in Marion Knott Studios. A Gift from Cecilia DeMille Presley The two Birth of a Nation posters hanging in the first-floor hallway of Marion Knott Studios are part

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